|Feb 19, 2013, 05:14 AM||#1|
Wondering if there is an app that manages security of particular apps.
My kids have iPads and we'd like to be able to put security codes on certain apps that I don't want them opening.
I know there are apps to secure photos.
|Feb 19, 2013, 05:39 AM||#2|
You can't really lock single apps. Program like you mentioned to hide images or other files are working in their own sandbox/ filesystem location only. If you want to remove stock apps like safari you can use parental control in system settings. That's what I did for the iPad of my son. No safari, no AppStore or in-app purchasing. But the rest is open.
Other stock apps I "hide" in a folder on a screen far to the right. He's not going there.
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